Our Veterinary Technologists
Jennifer Ford, RVT
Jennifer graduated from SIAST Kelsey in Saskatoon, SK in 2009. Jennifer is a registered veterinary technologist (RVT) who joined our team in February 2018 and brought experience and enthusiasm with her! She has a true passion for what she does, and strives to provide the best possible care for all of our patients. She has a special interest in animal behavior, especially working with fearful animals to help make their veterinary experiences less stressful. Jennifer shares her home with five cats (yes five!) and one dog. When she has free time, she loves to travel and enjoys live music events. Jennifer is a certified Fear Free handling professional!
Jordyn graduated from Sask Polytechnic Veterianary Technician school in Saskatoon, SK in May of 2019. Jordyn moved to Regina and started her career at our hospital in June 2019. Jordyn has always been passionate about animals and caring for them. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, photography and traveling. She is Fear Free Certified and looks forward to getting to know all of our amazing clients and patients!
Justine Hetherington, RVT, CCRVN
Justine is originally from Alberta and graduated from the Animal Health Technology Program at Lakeland College in 2013. As a registered veterinary technologist, Justine has developed a love for anatomy and helping animals be as pain-free and mobile as possible! In 2016 she completed her course as a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Nurse from CRI. Justine joined our Wascana Animal Hospital team in the spring of 2020. Justine loves dogs...Standard Poodles in particular, as she currently lives with 7 of them! Outside of work, Justine and her partner enjoy working on projects around their acreage and doing some field work with her dogs. Justine is currently working on her Fear Free Certfication.
Amber Rudolph, Veterinary Technician Student
Amber initially spent time at our hospital in February of 2020 as a veterinary technician student fulfilling one of her practicums for 6 weeks. Following that, she was was to return to Saskatoon to finish her requirements through her teaching college. Unfortunately due to the pandemic, students have been unable to complete the necessary requirements to graduate. Amber has since rejoined our hospital team this May where we hope to allow her to finish receiving the practical training she requires so that she can graduate and become a permanent part of our team!